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This is probably the most nauseating kingdom smell in the floral; but to its pollinators, it is absolutely irresistible. This clone (out of several we raise) was grown from seed at the University of Washington Botany Greenhouse . Plant Diversity (Chap. 25). Amorphophallus titanum.

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plant diversity chap 25

This is probably the most nauseating kingdom smell in the floral; but to its pollinators, it is absolutely irresistible. This clone (out of several we raise) was grown from seed at the University of Washington Botany Greenhouse

Plant Diversity (Chap. 25)

Amorphophallus titanum

492 493 in text
492-493 in text

According to fossil record, plants arose about 430 mya from green algae.

In order to live on land, plants needed to evolve to “solve” the following problems:

alterations of generations
Alterations of Generations

The plant life cycle alternates between the diploid sporophyte and haploid gametophyte states.

outline of the four main groups of plants ib also dispersed through pages 494 517 in text
Outline of the four main groups of plants (IB), also dispersed through pages 494-517 in text

1. Bryophytes (mosses)

types of plants with special adaptations
Types of plants with special adaptations

Xerophytes – plants adapted to grow in very dry habitats